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Shake it up in the Wine Country

wine country wine ... shaken, not stirred
wine country wine ... shaken, not stirred
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Now more than ever, the Napa Valley needs the support of visitors to continue the livelihood of the wine country since it was shaken by a recent earthquake. With harvest in full-swing, and the warm, sunshine filled days of Indian Summer just around the corner, an escape from the normal routine is a must, and numerous tasting rooms, wineries, shops, restaurants and hotels have their doors wide open.

Tourists are essential to Napa Valley's economic health. The Visit Napa Valley tourism office says that most businesses are open as usual. Damage was centered mostly on specific areas in the city of Napa while the surrounding regions around Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga experienced minimal damage and disruption.

Reserve a lovely room at the Napa River Inn located in Downtown Napa's Riverfront District. It's ideal location offers walkabout access to the neighborhood with specialty shops, gourmet restaurants and incredible wines all waiting to be uncorked. The Napa River inn is the highest Michelin rated hotel in downtown Napa, and luxury reigns supreme. Be prepared to enjoy a getaway of indulgence and shape your mindset in accordance with James Bond, appreciate your wine shaken and not stirred!

Napa River Inn